Career Opportunities at Family League
2022 Benefits Description Overview
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Community Schools & Out of School Time Specialist
Are you passionate about youth development & education?
Are you a creative thinker and problem solver?
Are you a direct service professional who wants to take the next step in your career?
If you’re seeking an opportunity which will allow you to have a broad, systems-level impact on community schools while bringing your whole self to work and being supported by a team of passionate professionals, Family League of Baltimore’s Community Schools & Out of School Time Specialist position could be the job for you!
Project Manager of Data & Evaluation
Family League of Baltimore is recruiting for a Project Manager who is responsible for ensuring that data collected by various programs and teams are complete, accurate, and effectively utilized. The Project Manager cleans, analyzes, and presents data to demonstrate to various stakeholders that programs are delivering services as intended and are improving outcomes for children and their families. S/he provides technical assistance to a variety of internal and external stakeholders on using data to guide decision making and to enhance delivery of quality services for Family League funded programs and projects. The Project Manager must have excellent analytical skills, be detail oriented, and be willing to identify and provide support where needed for a variety of diverse programs and projects.
Volunteer Opportunities at Family League
Review Panel Member
Community Schools Steering Committee Member
- Students (at least one student on the CSSC must currently be enrolled in a Community School)
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
Job Opportunities at Partner Organizations
UMB CURE Scholars Program
THE UMB CURE SCHOLARS PROGRAM IS RECRUITING!! The UMB CURE Scholars Program is now recruiting a Maryland Out of School Time Network AmeriCorps VISTA to support our college and career readiness programming. Next year CURE’s Cohort 1 will graduate from high school and this individual will play a major role in scaffolding processes and programming for them and other high schoolers across the pipeline. This is NOT a salaried role but a national service opportunity that pays a modest living stipend. See posting for details.
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– Job Title
– Job Description (less than 100 words)
Please include a PDF of or link to full position description or name and contact details for where to inquire about further information. Job postings will remain on our page for four weeks.